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May 21, 2020 | HON. THOMAS TRENT LEWIS (RET.)

Family Law and Resilience: A time to carry on

Family law is built on resilience. The family law bar bench helps parties’ transition into their next phase of their lives in the best circumstances possible, no matter how challenging the present. READ MORE

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May 19, 2020 | MARK LOETERMAN, ESQ.

Employment Law and Religious Liberty Clash at the Supreme Court

Two of the cases were argued via teleconference on May 11, when the court addressed the scope of the “ministerial exception,” a legal doctrine shielding religious organizations from otherwise applicable employment law claims. READ MORE

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May 14, 2020 | MARK LOETERMAN, ESQ.

A ‘Partnership in Pain’ for Landlords and Tenants

Given the difficulty of predicting how force majeure clauses will be interpreted, considering the breadth of the health care emergency, both landlords and tenants may be motivated to negotiate a re-structuring of their respective lease…..

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April 24, 2020 | GREG DAVID DERIN, ESQ.

Zooming to a brighter future

Several evenings earlier this month, Jews around the world gathered for traditional seders — ceremonial dinners and services marking the commencement of the weeklong Passover holiday. At seders, the youngest in attendance asks four proscribed…..

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April 15, 2020 | HON. SUZANNE H. SEGAL (RET.)

Tips for Successful Mediations Using Zoom Videoconferencing

Perhaps one of the few silver linings of this crisis is that it is occurring in an era of readily available virtual communication, through Zoom and similar technologies. This article discusses suggestions for holding effective…..

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